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2005 Archived News

Below are the latest CeRDI news items. CeRDI also publish a quarterly newsletter.

UB publishes Staff Learning and Teaching Guide - 15 December 2005

In announcing the launch of the draft Learning and Teaching Information Resources Guide for academic staff the University of Ballarat Vice Chancellor made the following comments in his update to sta... Continue reading...

Study to boost IT - 24 August 2005

Ballarat's reputation as a leading information and communications technology centre will be bolstered following a State Government grant.... Continue reading...

Moorabool communities to go online - 4 June 2005

The Moorabool Shire Council has recently appointed CECC to undertake the Website Facilitator component of the Communities and Technologies Project. This project aims to support six communities in est... Continue reading...

Hunter Newns Group new website - 23 March 2005

A Hamilton based legal and financial services firm are using the CECC platform to manage and deliver their web presence.... Continue reading...

New products and updates - 23 March 2005

We have been working very hard on several new products and on upgrading the current product suite.... Continue reading...

Client Forum 2005 - Presentations now available - 23 March 2005

The 2005 Client Forum and Networking Session was held on the 26th April 2005, with more than twenty-five participants from regional and metropolitan Victoria and Canberra. The program and copies of cl... Continue reading...

CECC releases Docbook Manager product for ePublishing - 23 March 2005

Want to get your publication online? The CECC Docbook Manager can be customised to meet the needs of any organisation that wishes to publish and maintain an online book or other information resource.... Continue reading...

Service Skills Victoria - an excellent example - 23 March 2005

An exciting new website resource for Victoria's tourism and retail businesses. The SSV website is an excellent example of how the CECC development platform can be utilised to completely manage and... Continue reading...

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